Posts Tagged by vegetables

Leslie’s Soon To Be Famous Chicken Soup

My co-worker Leslie sent around a copy of a chicken soup recipe that she often makes. It was titled Leslie’s Soon To Be Famous Chicken Soup. With its classic chicken soup taste and a touch of flavors from her current home state of Texas I think she just might be right. It is soon to be famous. It already is popular in my house and perhaps it will be in yours as well. LESLIE’S SOON […] read more

Product Review – Birdseye Steamfresh Protein Blends Southwest Style

I make my best effort to cook on a regular basis but there are times when I lack the time and energy to do so. If I have been able to plan ahead then I can take something out of the freezer from my last round of batch cooking. If unexpected things have come up, as they often do, I’m scrambling for a meal. One option is to purchase something from a local fast food […] read more

Time Saving Tuesday (TST) 5 – Prep For The Week

As a single mother with three daughters, a house, cats and a job working close to 50 hours a week, the only way I can keep up my wonder woman persona is to find things that save me time. This can be a good thing when it comes to not slipping back into former habits that contributed to hurting my health. Over the years I’ve come up with lots of tricks that work for me […] read more

Time Saving Tuesday (TST) 4

Join me for the (mostly) weekly Time Saving Tuesday tip. As a single mother with three daughters, a house, cats and a job working close to 50 hours a week, the only way I can keep up my wonder woman persona is to find things that save me time. This can be a good thing when it comes to not slipping back into former habits that contributed to hurting my health. Over the years I’ve […] read more

Vegetarian Korma

I’m not exactly sure what the word Korma translates into but I’m pretty sure it might mean deliciously creamy sauce. The great thing about this dish is it’s very versatile. You can make it as it is or add chicken, beef or lamb to it. You can also add other vegetables if you would like. Cauliflower and zucchini both work great. The dish is usually served with rice and naan bread but it’s great over […] read more

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